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Exhibitor Forum

The exhibitor forum provides industry exhibitors the opportunity to describe recent company breakthroughs or new technical plans. The presentations, which are noncommercial in nature, will be organized by topic, such as clusters and supercomputers, communications and networking, data storage and management, and software.

Sally Howe, Exhibitor Forum Coordinator
National Coordination Office for Information Technology Research and Development

David Halstead, Exhibitor Forum Coordinator
Ames Laboratory


Complete details for the Exhibitor Forum
TUESDAY November 13 [Details]
Time
Title
Exhibitor
10AM-10:30AM
Architecture Trends in Level 3's Network
Robert Hagens, Sr. Vice President, Global Network Engineering, Level (3) Communications
10:30AM-11AM
Superclusters - Superior Performance Using SCI
Keith Murphy, VP Sales & Marketing, Dolphin Interconnect
11AM-11:30AM
The Quadrics Interconnect
Duncan Roweth, Head of Software R&D, Quadrics
11:30AM-12NN
Expanding the High Performance Computing Systems Roadmap
Richard S. Kaufmann, Technical Director, Compaq
12NN-12:30PM
Massive Scalability and the Grid
Steve Campbell, Director, Computer Systems, Sun Microsystems, Inc.
12:30PM-1PM
Fujitsu's High Performance and Highly Scalable Servers and Supercomputers
Kenichi Miura, Chief Architect, Fujitsu America, Inc.
1PM-1:30PM
NEC's Supercomputer Product Roadmap
Joerg Stadler, Marketing Manager, NEC
1:30PM-2PM
The Case for Architectural Diversity
Burton Smith, Chief Scientist, Cray Inc.
2PM-2:30PM
CRAY SV1ex-4 Supercluster Performance
Beata E. Sarnowska, Senior Capacity Analyst, Northrop Grumman Information Technology
2:30PM-3PM
The Art of Commodity Computing
Bret Stouder, Director, Atipa Technologies
3PM-3:30PM
LinuxBIOS for Beowulf Clusters
Steven M. James, CTO, Linux Labs/div>
3:30PM-4PM
Today's Cost Effective Supercomputer Solution
Danny J. Harrison, Senior Corporate Account Manager, RackSaver, Inc.
4PM-4:30PM
CIToolkit - making Alpha Linux cluster integration more reliable and repeatable
Chris Powell, Program Manager, High Performance Technologies, Inc.
4:30PM-5PM
Real-World Experiences in Building Production Computing Grids
Ian Lumb, Integration Architect, Platform Computing Inc.
5PM-5:30PM
Storage Area Networking
Brad Winett, VP Market Development, DataDirect Networks
5:30PM-6PM
The Importance of High Performance in Storage Area Networks
John R. Tibbitts, CEO, INLINE Corporation
WEDNESDAY November 14 [Details]
Time
Title
Exhibitor
10AM-10:30AM
Beyond Virtualization: Architecting the Ubiquitous Storage Utility
Wayne Karpoff, VP, CTO, YottaYotta
10:30AM-11AM
High Performance Archives, Towards GigaBytes Per Second
Jim P. Hughes, StorageTek Fellow, StorageTek
11AM-11:30AM
Scalable Disk Archives: Are Tape Archives Obsolete?
Greg Lindahl, CTO, Conservative Computer, Inc. (Logicon Booth)
11:30AM-12NN
High Performance Global Storage Networks: The INRANGE Way
Mark Sincevich, Federal & Partner Programs Manager, INRANGE Technologies
1PM-1:30PM
Intelligent Disaster Recovery Software Solutions
Vincent deVenoge, Senior Systems Engineer, VERITAS Software
1:30PM-2PM
Gigabit Ethernet and the Adapter Market
Terry Appling, Senior Manager of Technical Services, SysKonnect
2PM-2:30PM
Foundry Networks' Global Ethernet(tm) Solutions For Metro Networks
Jeffrey L. Carrell, Manager, Educational Services, Foundry Networks
2:30PM-3PM
Marconi Optical Networking
Robert J. Riehl, Technical Director, Marconi Communications Federal, Inc.
3PM-3:30PM
Juniper Networks Routers in Research & Education Networks
John Jamison, Consulting Engineer, Juniper Networks
3:30PM-4PM
InfiniBand Now
John Freisinger, VP of Sales & Marketing, Essential
4PM-4:30PM
Debugging Parallel Programs Automatically
Henry A. Gabb, Staff Parallel Applications Engineer, Intel Corp.
4:30PM-5PM
Mac OS X as a Unix Operating Systems for Scientists
John Martellaro, Apple Science & Technology, Apple Computer, Inc
5PM-5:30PM
Optimizing Compilers for Modern Architectures
Randy Allen, CEO and Founder of Catalytic Compilers, Morgan Kaufmann Publishers
5:30PM-6PM
Extending Source Analysis to Open MP
Monty Swaiss, CTO, Cleanscape Software International
THURSDAY November 15 [Details]
Time
Title
Exhibitor
10AM-10:30AM
High-Performance BioInformatics
Gerald Lipchus, Director of Sales, Scientific Computing Associates
10:30AM-11AM
Cracking MPI/OpenMP Performance Problems
Karl Solchenbach, Managing Director, Pallas
11AM-11:30AM
ChaMPIon/Pro: A Next-generation, Terascale MPI-2
Anthony Skjellum, President, MPI Software Technology, Inc.
11:30AM-12NN
PGI Linux Compilers and Tools for High Performance Computing
Vincent Schuster, Director AST Portland Lab, STMicroelectronics
12NN-12:30PM
ConsoleWorks the Web Based Console Management Solution - for High Performance Technical Computing (HPTC)
William D. Johnson, CEO, TECSys Development, Inc
12:30PM-1PM
Evolution of I/O Connection Technologies and Their Effect on Storage Architecture
Rip Wilson, Product Marketing Manager, LSI Logic Storage Systems, Inc.
1PM-1:30PM
IBM Unparalleled Performance and Petaflop Research
Surjit Chana, VP HPC Marketing and Dave Jensen, Sr. Mgr, IBM Research
1:30PM-2PM
Meta-computing as the Key to Distributed, Multi-disciplinary Simulation
John A. Benek, Principal Scientist, Raytheon
2PM-2:30PM
New Architecture and Challenges in Creating Networks for the Teragrid
Wesley K. Kaplow, CTO, Government Systems Division, Qwest Communications
2:30PM-3PM
Open Inventor/CAVELib Integration
Mike Heck, VP of R&D, TGS, Inc.
3PM-3:30PM
A New Class of Challenges in Commercial HPC
Andrew Grimshaw, CTO, Avaki Corporation
3:30PM-4PM
Smarter AND Faster: Supercomputing with FPGAs
Richard Loosemore, Director of Research, Star Bridge Systems, Inc.



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